Her TV show The Last Tycoon has been cancelled by Amazon.
But Lily Collins looked undeterred as she stepped out in Beverly Hills on Saturday.
The 28-year-old British born actress sported a casual look – flashing the tiniest peek of her stomach in a knotted white top and baggy trousers.
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Low-key: Lily Collins, 28, sported a casual look – flashing the tiniest peek of her stomach in a knotted white top and baggy trousers, as she headed out in Beverly Hills on Saturday
Lily went for low-key chic for the outing which saw her roll up her simple white tee in a knot.
A pair of loose trousers skimmed her honed pins and she opted for maximum comfort in a pair of sandals.
Despite being immersed in California’s scorching weather, Lily completed the look with a khaki and black quilted parka jacket.
The beauty scraped her brunette locks up into a high bun and accessorised with a pair of shades.
Heading out: Lily went for low-key chic for the outing which saw her roll up her simple white tee in a knot
Her sighting comes after news that Amazon cancelled her old Hollywood drama – which also starred Matt Bomer and Kelsey Grammer – after nine episodes, according to a report Saturday from The Hollywood Reporter.
The show, which was based on the work of F. Scott Fitzgerald, was set in the 1930s and focused on the studio system tug-of-war between show biz execs Monroe Stahr (Bomer) and Pat Brady (Grammer), with Collins in the role of Celia Brady.
Amazon picked up the Billy Ray-created show in 2016 and started streaming it this past July. While the studio does not publicly release ratings statistics, the show received a lukewarm 53 percent review on Rotten Tomatoes.
Axed: Her sighting comes after news that Amazon cancelled her old Hollywood drama – which also starred Matt Bomer and Kelsey Grammer – after nine episodes, according to a report Saturday from The Hollywood Reporter
It’s the latest program to be nixed after a single season for Amazon, which has also cancelled one-season shows such as Good Girls Revolt, Mad Dogs and Z: The Beginning of Everything, another show based off the work of Fitzgerald.
The latter series, which starred Christina Ricci as the author’s wife Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, was cancelled earlier this week after it had initially been renewed this past April, with Amazon already having plunked down $7 million on production expenses for the second season, THR reported.
Insiders told the publication that the multiple cancellations are a part of an effort to scale back amid the search for ‘big shows that can make the biggest difference around the world,’ Amazon Studios chief Roy Price told Variety.
The studio’s head Jeff Bezos is seeking a smash hit akin to Game Of Thrones, the publication reported.
Growing pains: Grammer said the show provided insight into the Old Hollywood studio system, which wasn’t always pretty
Then and now: Bomer said that the program pointed out differences in the handling of studio stars amid the 1930s
Grammer, 62, speaking with Variety at a screening of the show’s debut in July, said that the show illuminated growing pains in Tinseltown’s history.
‘The glitz and the glamour are still attractive and alluring, but the underbelly of it all, accomplishment, has a shabby childhood usually,’ the show biz veteran told the publication.
‘It’s something we all have to face. It doesn’t mean it’s wrong, it doesn’t mean it’s sad.
‘It just means it’s the way it goes.’
Strong role: The veteran screen star Grammer played studio head Pat Brady on the drama
Puttin’ on the ritz: The show accurately depicted the classic style of the 1930s
Bomer, 39, told the outlet that the show illustrated the vast differences between the modern day atmosphere and the micromanaged control the old studios lorded over its performers.
‘As nice as it is to have freedom from the studio system, there was something great about [it] because you were covered from all angles from the studio,’ the actor said.
‘They had your public image, they took care of your wardrobe, they took care of all your movies. I just don’t want to do 50 movies a year.’
Ray said that he tried to created a program ‘with as much beauty and glamour and drama and soap opera and danger and violence as’ possible. The creator noted that the author Fitzgerald had died amid the writing of the book, which was subsequently published.
He said, ‘Fitzgerald unfortunately died halfway through and left a bunch of possibilities that he wasn’t sure he was going to do,’ adding that he hoped to tell the rest of the story with the show.
Next up: The talented actress Collins has roles in two yet-to-be-released films in Tolkien and Halo of Stars, according to iMDb